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    billious
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    Wireless Networking OSX to PC
    Hi All,

    I am trying to configure my mac to operate as a server for both my Mac and PC environment via wireless.

    How could I configure my mac or my PC to function as a server for my data files via a direct wireless connection, without the need for a hub or router? Is there software that will allow me to do this such as PC Maclan or could I just do it directly without the need for any 3rd party applications?

    I would also like to have my windows machine operate as a print server as well, where I could print from my mac, through the PC to the printer.

    If anyone could offer advice or suggestion I'd appreciate any advice or direction.

    Thanks.

    B.

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